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September 27, 2014 at 9:29 AM

Seahawks receivers turn rivals for a day

So it’s looking like it might have been nice to have some locker room access this week to hear some of the Stanford and UW alums on the Huskies sound off about today’s game between the Huskies and the Cardinal.

On the Stanford side are receiver Doug Baldwin and cornerback Richard Sherman. On the UW side is receiver Jermaine Kearse.

Kearse, rumor has it, will be honored as the Husky Legend today.

Baldwin, meanwhile, is Stanford’s honorary team captain.

There was a funny moment during training camp when Baldwin and Kearse met the media together, but pretended to be the other. Even then, though, the school ties were strong. When Baldwin, who was supposed to be Kearse, was asked who would win the UW-Stanford game, he said Stanford.

You can hear Kearse and Baldwin talk about the game here in this video from Seahawks.com.

Kickoff at Husky Stadium is 1 p.m.

 

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